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The 2015 Bluestem and Rebecca Caudill Young Readers' Book Award voting took place on Friday, February 20th in the Logan Media Center. Students qualified by reading books from the state lists and passing the Reading Counts tests. The library was transformed into a "polling place" where students signed in, received a ballot, voted and turned in their vote to the ballot box. All votes were tallied and submitted to the state . . . read more
After finishing a unit on Greek Mythology, students in Mrs. Patterson's fourth grade class participated in a STEM learning experiment. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The students worked together in cooperative groups to try and build the strongest column using just a piece of paper, two . . . read more
Our first graders have been learning all about our 16th president. We read books and poems about Abe Lincoln. We measured how tall we are compared to Abraham who was 6 feet 4 inches tall. We wore black beards, made stove-pipe hats and penny medallions to celebrate his birthday on February 12! read more
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